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Pine: While pine takes more maintenance than teak, it is far more affordable. This light wood slowly fades to an attractive gray. As a softwood, it’s more susceptible to dings, scratches, and, unfortunately, bugs. You’ll need to refinish it every year or two to keep the wood looking its best and to help protect it from the weather. But if upkeep doesn’t worry you and you’re on a tight budget, pine is an excellent choice. .
Update 6/12/16: still pretty happy with the chairs, but have noted they are not quite as sturdy after a few parties. I'm a slender, shorter fellow so these chairs are perfect for me, however my friends are a little bigger than average and I've noted these chairs may not hold up with heavy use. For the price, I'm still happy, but in the future I might shell out extra money for more durable and sturdier chairs. Easy to assemble if you follow the instructions. Took me about an hour and I was happy. HOWEVER, it is apparently not meant to be in your yard since the wood cracked and broke. The wood warped and rippled. The nails broke in the seat and the arm area did not attach properly. There is an insert and you screw a wood screw into the insert. However the insert wasn't seated properly and the arm didn't properly attach. I used liquid nails to secure it but overall, I was very disappointed in this chair. I never heard back from the seller when I provided them this feedback. Don't waste your money. Bought three of these chairs for my studio deck. I am an artist who lives in the Mountains of New Mexico. A key selling point of this chair was that it folded down and could be easily stored out of the weather in the winter. But another plus was that it came in pieces. Pieces I could paint any color for that artistic accent for my studio. I only have two assembled so far. Need to buy more paint for the third which will be in sunset colors. One chair for solitude, two for companionship and three for company.
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We want to put our sunroom furniture outside on our screened porch. It is rattan. Does rattan hold up in humidity? We live in North Carolina and the humidity gets oppressive here in the summer. Would we be better off selling it instead?
Amish made 48" round poly table shown with four deck chairs. Can be ordered two-tone or solid colors.
To understand why these materials are so expensive, you need to know how their design features work. For example, wood Adirondacks are often carved and stained to create coats of rich color. Compared to the natural wood materials that may look much older over the years and will require periodic refinishing or replacement.
7) Maintenance Free – who wants to paint and stain every couple of years when they can be lounging with a margarita. Bonus – I can leave them outside all year long.
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Synthetic resin is one of the best materials for outside furniture. Always purchase High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Wicker and not cheap PVC wickers. PVC synthetics will unravel, become brittle, and crack. HDPE is a much higher grade of material. If you’ve heard of bad experiences with synthetic resins, it’s probably because the furniture was made from low-quality PVC plastic. Synthetic resin wicker is very light-weight and it’s easy to clean.
28"x 21" High side table colors shown are burgundy and weather wood. In poly lumber.
Every porch needs a rocker. Combine that need with your love for Adirondack chairs with this crisp white option.
The Adirondack Chair is a beautiful classic! It perfectly compliments and accents other furniture on the patio, porch, deck, or garden.
Our basic Adirondack package features a pair of 2 folding Adirondack chairs and 1 matching table. They are available in over 40 color options, so there is sure to be something for everyone. Great for relaxing and to use as outdoor furniture and an essential accessory for your patio or porch. All are Amish made from poly material and built to never crack, splinter, fade or rust. Each chair will fold down for easy transportation. We feature only the top grade 3/16 stainless hardware on all our products with almost no maintenance required. All pieces come with a 20 year warranty and money back guarantee. Color : Choose an optionWhiteCedarAntique MahoganyWeatherwoodLight GrayDriftwood GrayCoastal GrayBrazilian WalnutBrownCherryBlackSlate GrayWoodland GreenPatriot BlueBurns BlueAruba BlueRuby RedTangerineYellowLime GreenAruba Blue-on-Light GrayBurns Blue-on-WhiteBrown-on-BlackCedar-on-Woodland GreenAntique Mahogany on WhiteAntique Mahogany on BlackWeatherwood-on-CherryWeatherwood-on-BrownLight Gray on Slate GrayDriftwood Gray on WhiteDriftwood Gray on BlackCoastal Gray on BlackBrazilian Walnut on BlackCherry-on-Woodland GreenSlate Gray on CherrySlate-Gray-on-BlackYellow-on-Black Catalog ID: 320 SKU: Basic-Adirondack-Package Categories: Chairs, Folding Adirondack Chairs, Packages
Expensive: In the $100 to $200 range, you’ll find foldable and reclining models in high-quality hardwoods and polywood. These chairs can withstand tough weather conditions. Premium: For over $200, you’ll find Adirondack gliders, swings, sets of two or more chairs with a table, and other variations on this backyard favorite.
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Before deciding on a chair material, consider how much maintenance you’re willing to put into the chairs. It might be worth spending the extra money for teak or polywood to minimize your maintenance requirements. If you’re willing to refinish the wood every year and keep the chairs covered when they’re not in use, you can get an inexpensive set of Adirondack chairs.